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PAGE SIX,

THE MICH-IGAN

FATLY

FRIDAY; DECEMBER 12, 1930 1

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HEAVIWEiGHT WINS
FR SOINENBERG
'Former Varsity Mat Star Gains
Two Out of Three Falls
in Los Angeles Bout.
'FELD OLYMPIC TITLE
Another Michigan athelete has
made good in the "big time." EdI
Oeorge, erstwhile defender of the
Wolverine heavyweight wrestling
honors, has established his claim
to the World's heavyweight mat
championship by winning two out
of three falls over Gus Sonnenberg
in a match held at Los Angeles,
Wednesday.
The former intercollegiate and
Conference title-holder lost the
first fall to the champion in 14
minutes and seven seconds, but
Sonnenberg could not withstand
his aggressive tactics and was
pinned in 20 minutes and 30e sec-
onds to even the match when
George nailed him with a double
wristlock and a scissors. The third
and deciding fall came 12 minutes
and 52 seconds later when the
former Wolverine pinned his op-
ponent with a Japanese armlock.
This defeat ended the reign of
Gloomy Gus which has continued
for 23 months during which time
the champion had gone undefeated.
Ed George was one of the great-
est matmen ever to wear the Maize
and Blue. His great size and
strength were coupled with an
amazing speed and his knowledge
of the more intricate holds of the
game carried him through the
ranks of collegiate wrestlers unde-
feated. In ;the last Olympic games
George added to his glory by taking
the heavyweight title for the United
States team. He last won the West-
ern Conference championship in
1928, during which year he was
undefeated.
Stribling and Griffith
to do Battle Tonight
Two of the country's most out-
standing heavyweights will be seen
in action tonight at the Chicago1
Stadium when Young Stribling and
Tuffy Griffith meet to exchange'
punches in a ten-round battle. Al-
though the fight is expected to give
the fans more for their money than1
most recent battles Stribling is theI
general favorite.1

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PUCK TEAM OPENS r
SEASON TOMORROWI of
Michigar
Western Ontario Seeks Revenge on the
for Last Year's 2-1 Loss and Blue
at Hands of Wolves. when the
invades th
When the Michigan hockey team day. TheE
skates out on the Coliseum ice at over the M
8:30 o'clock Saturday night to and deteri
battle the University of Western and with
Ontario sextet it will be facing a team whic
team that is anything but a set-up ker's five
for the opening contest of the sea- court indic
son. The Canadian club, in addition is in for
to being one of the best teams ininingo
Ontario, will also be seeking re- ning.
venge for the 5-0 drubbing given Two v4
them last year by the Wolverines played a
in the first game of the year. which th
Defeat is Surprise. at the h,
At that time the Western Ontario styne's t
team figured the Wolverines as the open
push-overs, basing their opinions presence
on previous records made by the any opp
Michigan teams in other years, but players
the Conference championship club who hav
surprised them to hand them a two year
decisive defeat. This season, how- two yety
,ever, such a mistake is not going to Varsity,
be made again. The Canadians have Jobs aga
been pointing for the game against Grove at
the Varsity puckmen, and their veteran
team if anything is better than the for the P
aggregation that represented them gets goin
last season. of Grove
This opening hockey clash of the down lay
season wil not start until approxi- are that
mately 8:30 o'clock, so that all fans
attending the basketball game ear- NOTR
lier in the evening will not be de-
prived of a chance to witness the TO M
hockey game. This contest is almost
sure to bring out a big crowd, with Untried'
the prospect of a close and thrill-
ing game added to the fact that itA
will be the opening clash of the
year.
Canadian Team New. LAFAYE.
Although the Western Ontario due's rebu
team has lost two of its sterling quintet ha
defense men from last year's aggre- this week
gation, another strong lineup has opener of1
been formed. Neither Walkem or night aga
Sinclair will be with the team, but Dame five
in their places Coach Bill Marsden Monday wi
will have any of four to take their Kalamazoo
places. Two freshmen, McCallum Minus ti
and Lawson, are making a good Boots trio
fight for the jobs, while Gordon Purdue's t
Peterson, a wing on last year's years in b
team, also looms up as a possible Ward Lan
regular. Another man, Stewart, also hardwood
is trying for a defense position. dous task
Besides these four men the West- his title de
ern Ontario roster includes Bowen, ulars from
Jewell, goal; Armstrong, Yendle, en, all-Am
centers; Janes, Brown, left wing; Harry Kell
(Continued on Page 7) forward.

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s will bump up against his caging eye after a long sea-
toughest teams thle MaizeI son on the gridiron.
have on their schedule For the other two positions, one
Michigan State quintet forward and a center, the Spartan
e Field House this Satur_ mentor has a world of material.
Spartans have held sway Jabber Barnard and Dee Pinneo are
aolverines fe two years, the two leading candidates for the
moerines oak t yre, forward post, while Boeskool, Haun,
nine tomaki i theeand M, aslin are fighting it out
three reg1 Ccom the for the center berth. Pinneo worked
h defeated C ach Veen- under Coach Veenker at Gary, In-
last year again on the diana. Boeskoll appears to have
ations are that Michigan the edge at present and will proba-,
a most interesting eve- bly start Saturday night. In the
(Continued on Page 7)

LACK GOD FORM
Coaches Fisher and Blott Drill
Freshmen in Fundamentals.
Despite the fact that a consider-
able number of days' workouts lie
behindthem the freshmen basket-
ball squad still showed a definite
lack of well-grounded fundamen-
tal play in yesterday's drill on the
field house floor under the super-
vision of Coaches Ray Fisher and
Jack Blott. It was evident that the
two coaches' main problem rests in
the improving of the yearlings'
fundamental work before they can
be given any great amount of
training in the finer points of court
play.

ALUMNI F1IELOSES
TO VARSITY, 3214
Orwig and Lovell Prove Stars
of Grad Team; Wolves Lead
at Half, 16-4.
By sinking long shots the Varsity
basketball team defeated a group
of Michigan Grads led by Bill Or-
wig and Lovell last night in the
Yost field house by a score of 32 to
14.
In the first half the Varsity gain-
ed a lead of 16 to 4 over the Grads
when Daniels sank 3 "long toms"
and Weiss added 2 more from the
floor. Williamson brought the to-
tal to 12 points with a field basket.
Due to the clever guarding of Or-
wig and Lovell the regulars were
held at bay until Daniels started
the procession of counters by ar-
ching a long shot. Hudson was in-
serted into the lineup and made 2
baskets as the half ended.
Starting the second half with
substitutes the Varsity made 16
more points while the Grads reg-
(Continued on Page 7)

eteran guards who have
big role in the deleats
he Wolves have s:faered
ands of Coach Vanal-
team will again be in
ing line-up and their
alone is a threat to
osition. These stellar
are Haga and Scott,
ve played tegether for
rs on the East Lansing
and are sure of their

T* Although the first year cagers
a - re failing to show the s :andard
[ I 'of play that is usual with Michigan
freshmen squads, several of the
rrTmen are flashing brilliant individu-
[Sal form, and it is very possible that
U lla first class regular five can be
-- placed on the floor. Where the
Two Squads of Yearlings End I yparlings do lack class is in the re-
I placements that they will have for

irst as h With F ina
Score of 48-42.

those regulars.
Fisher started yesterday's work-
out with a session of basket shoot-
(Continued on Page 7)

Ed George,
Former Wolverine Varsity wrestl-
er and Olympic champion who
gained the decision over Gus Son-
nenberg Wednesday night in Los
Angeles to give him the World's
Heavyweight championship.
COACHES CHANGE
CAGE GAME DATES
Schedule of Michigan's Games
With Ohio State Reversed.
Changes in the schedule of the
basketball games was announced by
Coach George Veenker last night.
The Ohio State-Michigan games
have been reversed. Michigan will
play at Columbus on Jan. 17 and
the Buckeyes will travel to Yost
field house on Jan. 26. This is op-
posite from the original schedule.

yin this seao. uo r Two freshman track records fell
t a forward is another into the discard yesterday after-
who will cause trouble noon as Coach Ken Doherty's first
Michigan defense if he freshman track meet of the season
ag. It was the shooting came to an end with the so-called
e which set ' Michigan Fresh team nosing out the Frosh
st season, but reports outfit's early lead to take the meet,
he has not yet found 48 to 42. New records were estab-
ished in the high jump and 35-
E DAME FIVE pound weight events.
Konrad Moisio came through
EE T PURDUE with a new mark of 6'1-4" in the
high jump, breaking a record es-
Court Quintets Clash I tablished back in 1924 of 5' 113/4"
d Night.1which was held jointly by David
onday ght Weeks and Hershall Roth. Moisio
cleared the bar easily and possibly
"pcia the(""could have increased his margin of
FTTE, Ind., Dec. 11.--Pur- victory if he had attempted anoth-
tilt Big Ten basketball er trial. Immel and Trybyszewski
s been working overtime tied for second place in the event,
in preparation for its but could not approach the mark
the season here Monday of Moisio
inst the strong Notre Gilbert Patrick was the other
that opened the season record breaker of the day, estab-
th a decisive victory over lishing a new mark in the 35-
pound weight throw. He twirled the
she Murphy - Harmeson - weight for a toss of 42' 8 1/2" which
that securely enshrined far exceeds that of 34' made by
cams of the past three Cox last year in the same event.

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mbert, the Boilermaker
genius, faces a tremen-
in attempting to frame
fenders around two reg-
last season, John Wood-
ericen floor guard, and
ar, clever floor workingl

Although this event is not on the
regular track schedule, it is con-
sidered excellent training for the
hammei throw. Patrick was the
only competitor in this event, but
the mark he set is considered ex-
ceedingly good.
Myers came through as the high
point man of the meet, winning a

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